A person can be prosecuted for filing a false police report, but that generally doesn't happen with assaultive crimes. I won't bore you with why. You will see more false police report charges from things like auto theft than you will assault. This is because it's easier to show that a car was in fact never stolen and was a false report than it is to prove that an assault never happened. You can still ask the investigating officer to submit your claim to the prosecutor. However, your question seems more geared for an employment attorney to answer.
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